Sunday, February 19, 2012

Domingo



Domingo Gutierrez, 87, of Ellenton, FL. died January 11, 2012 at Manatee Memorial Hospital. He was born, August 18, 1924 in Guatemala to Domingo and Anita Garbin Gutierrez. Dom was a WWII Army Air Corp Veteran, a retired member of CBS New York's Engineering Construction shop and former volunteer fireman of Paramus, N.J. Survivors include, a son, Victor, (Mary McNally), Altadena, California; a daughter, Lillian King, (Kenneth), Saint Petersburg, FL; a brother, Enrique and family, Mexico; six grandchildren.

"Bah Nah Sto Bargee"
Dave




Sunday, February 12, 2012

I received an email from a fellow retiree which said "it looks like you and I are the only one's keeping the website active". This has been a problem for a long time. It would be nice if others would contribute and keep the website interesting.

Some have asked about the new CBS show "Person to Person". It was on last Wednesday night, but is apparently not a weekly show. It is said to be an occasional prime time special.

Regarding the picture of my last post, it is indeed an IVC 9000. I hope sending the picture will get others to contribute and challenge the group.

Best regards,
Harold Deppe
The minute I saw it I said IVC 9000, as I used to edit on them. But to make sure, I dropped IVC 9000 into Google and I came up with this:

http://www.labguysworld.com/IVC-9000.htm

They were GREAT machines, far superior to a QUAD. We used them in two post production houses in Minneapolis until the 1 inch type C machines of Ampex and Sony came out.

Rodger Hough K1HH

Submitted by: Harold Schutzman w2rii@juno.com

Friday, February 10, 2012







Can anyone identify the machine in the attached photo? Also, I was watching the new version of "Person to Person" on CBS last night----In my opinion it doesn't compare to the original with Ed Murrow from Grand Central Sudio 41, in the good old days of live television.



Does anyone who worked on the original show have an opinion?


Regards,

Harold Deppe